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"500 kHz"
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"De Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw" courage
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"queen mary"
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arthur c. goodnow, w1dm, digitized by david j. ring, jr., n1ea
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original recording provided by united states coast guard, kodiak, alaska, digitized by david j. ring, jr., n1ea
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the admiralty h.m. signal school
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Folkscanomy Electronics: Books on Electronics, Circuits and Processors
by The Admiralty H.M. Signal School
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Admiralty Handbook of Wireless Telegraphy 1931 His Majesty's Stationery Office 1932 Acrobat 7 Pdf 52.1 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option
Topics: Electronics, Electricity, Magnetism, Inductance, Capacitance, Generator, Meter, AC, Transformer,...
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by Original Recording Provided by United States Coast Guard, Kodiak, Alaska, Digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA
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Recordings of the Urgent broadcast and later SOS broadcast made by ms Prinsendam which was on fire and burning out of control due to a fire in the engine room in the Gulf of Alaska. Chief Radio Officer, Jack van der Zee (he was from Beek, Netherlands) on the Netherlands Antilles registered cruise ship "ms Prinsendam" on October 4, 1980. He sent this to United States Coast Guard Communications Station Kodiak, Alaska (COMMSTA KODIAK/NOJ). COMMSTA KODIAK advised him that due to the late...
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Topics: SOS, Prinsendam, PJTA, "Netherlands Lion", "De Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw"...
Cratediggers
by Arthur C. Goodnow, W1DM, digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA
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A live recording of the wireless telegraphy (WT) transmissions in Morse code on 500 kHz and other MF frequencies from the Royal Mail Steamship "ss QUEEN MARY" on her last eastbound trans-Atlantic voyage in 1967 as recorded by Westinghouse Radio (Group W) engineer and former Radio Officer, Arthur C. Goodnow. Last Eastbound Trans-Atlantic Voyage of "Queen Mary/GBTT" - 1967 - R/O Arthur C. Goodnow, (W1DM).
Topics: Goodnow, W1DM, "queen mary", gbtt, wt, "500 kHz", "500 kc/s"